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correspondent pierre thomas. what are you learned, pier? >> diane, all night my sources have been calling this most the dangerous of situations. with that cabin up in flames those images prove they were right. my sources an tis palted this would end in bloody fashion. you can take dorner at his word. he said, quote, self preservation is no longer important to me. i do not fear death. as i died long ago. the situation is still dangerous. they've got to figure out a way to make certainer that dorner snot able to escape in that cloud of smoke. they're taking no chances. they describe dorner as lethal. someone well versed in the use of handguns and assault rifles. he even said he had a 50 caliber rifle. did he die in those flames? they're likely to use some sort of bulldozer to probe the building. they clearly decided to let mr. dorner die if he was inside. >> all right. standing by, watching this story. we of course will be staying with it to bring you every new development throughout this broadcast. but we do want to move on to the state of union. the president's focus will include jobs and
, covered with a flag. we begin tonight's coverage with abc's cecilia vega now. cecilia? >> reporter: diane, good evening. i'm standing at the one-time police command post, the heart of that manhunt for christopher dorner. right over my shoulder, those houses right there, we now know that's where dorner was holed up just as of yesterday. neighbors telling us he very well may have been hiding in plain sight. from a barrage of gun fire to a rush of flame -- [ gun fire ] to that shell of a house now nothing left by rubble. >> shut down the freeway for the subject we're looking for. >> reporter: dorner's run from the law began to unravel here. police say dorner broke in and yesterday, when two unsuspecting women came by to clean, he allegedly tied them up, took their car and then sped off. one of the women broke free and managed to call the police. dorner was once again on the run. chased by police, he abandoned the stolen car, then up the road, police say dorner car jacked this man. >> dorner jumped out of the snow at me, gun drawn, big, long rifle. i wasn't going very fast, so, i just stop an
. diane was a regular bike valet parker at our giant game and this sunday the san francisco bike coalition will be doing a ride on her behalf. for those who have not heard about this there was a recent article whoa person who witnessed this incident said she was stopped at a traffic light and she was sitting on her bike at the light and the truck driver was there as well. her body was caught in her bike spoke and she bleed out. while they paint a line in the pedestrian crosswalk it does fade. but your wishes and thoughts go out to diane's family and we would like toy that we end our board meeting in her memory >> thank you superior mar. >> thank you first of all, i wanted to let my colleagues know that on the imperative agenda we have a acknowledgment for the russian culture center. go to russian s f.com it's a really great festival. i want to alert you that i am requesting a meeting on our city assess ordinance >> i want to say thank you to the china advocacy. last year we have people who have a limited english language we want to obtain information for these people. in 70 an estimated
three people prior to this, another deputy died today. >> world news with diane saw jer up next. see you for the staift of the from washington, d.c. and tonight, we begin with breaking news. a shootout in the mountains of california, as police appear to close in on the former cop accused of a murderous rampage. >>> making his case. what the president will say tonight about jobs and gun violence in america. >> we'll find out tonight. >>> what's next? we show you where pope benedict will live after he resigns. and will one of these men make history as the new pope? >>> good evening from washington, d.c. we are here to cover the president's state of the union address tonight. but we begin with the breaking news at this hour, out of california. police closing in on the former cop accused of the murder rampage. christopher dorner exchanging fire with s.w.a.t. teams. officers wounded, images streaming in of police officers, guns drawn, searching cars. and abc's cecilia vega is there to tell us what is happening right now. cecilia? >> reporter: diane, good evening. the situation is still ongoin
's meeting will be adjourned for the late anthony on behalf of the supervisor kim mr. diane sullivan and ms. charley. >> thank you, madam clerk is there anything else? >> no other agenda. >> thank you. this meeting is >> i want to learn more about it. >> social networking and e-mail. >> i want to know how to use it. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> divisional divide is a divide between those with access to use digital tools and those who don't. >> with young people, having computers and i just don't know. they're doing it fast. so, i want to know. >> not knowing how to navigate the internet or at a loss of what to do. >> we don't have a computer. >> we're a nonprofit that unites organizations and volunteers to transform lies through literacy. our big problem right now is the broadband opportunity program. a federally funded project through the department of aging. so, we're working in 26 locations. our volunteers are trained to be tutors and trainers, offering everything from basic classes all the way to genealogy and job search. >> to me computers, knowing how to use it. >> i think it's really important
, the state of the union and the republican response. now, reporting from our nation's capital, diane sawyer and george stephanopoulos. >> and a good evening to all of you. we welcome you, as we gather with you to watch president obama's state of the union address. as he challenges congress and tries to harness public opinion behind his plan of action for the first year of his second term. >> the focus will be on the economy, diane. creating jobs. that's been the struggle of his presidency. the president believes he has the public on his side on that issue. most of the speech will be about that. but he has a new mission for his second term. ending gun violence and so much emotion around that issue tonight. >> emotion in that room and also this convergence with the drama we have seen unfolding today out in california. just to bring you up to date right now, the gun battle that was under way in big bear lake, california, you can still see the flames at that cabin where police officers believe they had trapped christopher dorner, the ex-cop who had been on a murderous rampage for the last nine
are living paycheck to paycheck. diane macedo has more. gad morning, diane. >> good morning patti ann. a new study says more than 4 in 10 americans are living paycheck to paycheck. one in ten can't even do that. the survey conducted by allstate insurance company not only shows the challenges americans are facing in a weak economy but many make unwise financial decisions even when they know better. according to the survey 59 percent of americans say they generally know how to manage their money. 47 percent say they are saving less than they should be. as for how they feel about their financial situation, half of the 1,000 respond ants describe theirs as excellent or good while half said it was fair or poor. 41 percent live from one paycheck to the next while 8 percent say they don't earn enough to afford every day essentia essentials. 80 -- 80 percent say they are better than friends and others say they are better off than their family. >> a school district bans kids from wearing jeans and t-shirts. wait until you hear why. do you toss and turn and stay up all night because of the changing te
. is it still happening tonight? >> well, i've got to tell you, diane, it's almost a thing of the past. not entirely. for the most part, the republicans are sitting on their side, the democrats are staying on their side. but there are some notable exceptions that i'm noticing as i look down into the chamber. first of all, you see senators lindsey graham and john mccain. two of the biggest headaches for this president, especially going into the second term, but sitting between them tonight, you will see senator chuck schumer, the number three democrat in the house. he wants to craft an immigration compromise with republicans. they're his two closest allies on that. so, they will be down there together. and also, i see, out of camera view off to the side, we have, for the first time in american history, two african-american senators. both recently appointed to fill vacancies. tim scott of south carolina, senator will cowan of massachusetts. and they are democrat and republican and they are sitting together also on the side. but for the most part, they are back to their battle stations he
anthony on behalf of the supervisor kim mr. diane sullivan and ms. charley. >> thank you, madam clerk is there anything else? >> no other agenda. >> thank you. this meeting is >> welcome, everyone, to this launch of the public service announcement on behalf of the california grand jury's association. i'd like to thank all of you for being here today. being in the presence of such a political [speaker not understood], reminds me of a story a good friend of mine told me about meeting president george h.w. bush. he was in washington meeting with willard e. mills in arkansas at the time mr. mills was the chair of the house ways and means committee, probably one of the most powerful and influential people in washington. upon being introduced to the president, my friend was struck speechless. he just was stammering and stuttering. at which point the president put his hand on his shoulder and said, it's okay, dan, i always get nervous around him, too. [laughter] >> it's a special honor for me to be here today. i'd like to introduce our special guest, lieutenant government gavin newsome. i
. this is my friend diane. she's played by the rules her whole life. but then the rules flew right out the window. having just lost her husband, she stepped up and adopted her three grandkids, while working full time and caring for her brother, eddie, with cerebral palsy. i get the three children up. i walk andrew at eight i drop olivia off at eight thirty. spend a few minutes at emilio's school. i stop at the grocery store, and then i might do some laundry that has to be done. and then i have about five minutes. the baby sitter comes in and then i go to work. i'm not back home again until 11:30 at night. hard as she works, it's still a struggle to keep up with the bills and stay warm at night. when we asked the biggest oil companies to help families in need, only citgo, the people of venezuela, and president hugo chavez responded. thanks to them, citizens energy is able to deliver millions of gallons of fuel to families just like diane's. i'm joe kennedy. if you need help staying warm this winter, call me at 1-877-joe-4-oil. because no one should be left out in the cold! >>> welcome b
opportunity for the people of california. the william and gretchen kimball fund. diane b. wilsey. and by the kqed campaign for the future program venture fund with additional support from meridee moore and kevin king helen sarah steyer, and the phyllis c. wattis foundation. this project is also supported, in part, by an award from the national endowment for the arts, which believes a great nation deserves great art.
are going to know what you are doing. simple? is no. lucrative you bet it is. dian in new york. >> question, wouldn't it be considered a quote good rate of return? >> i think what you are always trying to do is measure it against bonds if you can get something against the risk free rate and the tax on it, then you are going to do real well, if you look the ten year, you can measure against the 30 year, you want to get six, seven, 8. you are doing great. john in north carolina john? >> hey john? >> hey, what is going on. >> not much how are you. >> doing good. so, i'm new to the market and i've been watching the show and reading the "mad money" book which has been helpful so thank you for that. >> my question is when i'm doing valuations and i'm calculating which number should i use. >> were you doing the growth ratios look at the forward next year. i don't like to look at historic. you got to go and get the estimates. get them on yahoo!. want to get started look for things you know and research it until you can't research it anymore. you are surrounded by information so use it. stick around
for a former cop. i spoke with onion about that in some ways to save your money as well. -- diane about that and some ways to save you money as well. you have the latest on what happens. >> we have vivid details from behind the scenes of the final hours. coming up tonight, our real miniseries help to be worse a $2.5 million -- real money serires helped viewers save 0.5 million. >> a crowd favorite, best in show. i bet there are a lot of families who think their dog is a winner. >> that is it, all those fluffy the of the dog. we thought we would do a show for a dog best in life. we will hand out the awards tonight. >> looking forward to that. thank you. you can watch those stories and more on world news right after abc 7 news as 6:00. you can nominate " we -- cloey. >> rail service back to normal tonight. trains were put on a single track after person was hit and killed. the incident also affected the commute on yellow and blue lines. now all delays have been cleared. >> far from clear. 395 northbound, you can see the line of crossing the 14th street bridge. it is the length of the freew
by judith brown dianes. bill, let's begin with this falsification by rubio and boehner. there was a study in new jersey which looked at the effects of a minimum wage hike. it concludes by saying we find no evidence that the rise in new jersey's minimum wage reduced employment at fast-food restaurants in the state. it goes on to say raising the minimum wage at least in this case actually increased employment. so what are these people talking about? >> martin, as usual, i have no idea. it doesn't make any sense whatsoever. by the way, one of the two authors of that study was allen krueger who at the time was a princeton professor and now is head of obama's council on economic advisers. so as a result of that conclusion, it's not surprising that he would suggest raising the minimum wage because obviously his work shows that does not reduce employment in any way. it actually helps people get jobs and helps bring people out of the middle class. >> judith, a worker making the current minimum wage of $7.25 an hour would earn $14,500 a year. now, the federal poverty level for a family of two is $
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